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Greenhouses, Lighthouses

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Tung-Hui Hu
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A poetic and provocative gesture toward cinematography, Tung-Hui Hu presents the ungraspable among memory, film, and history's tantalizing ephemera.

  • Seam
  • Poetry Los Angeles: Reading the Essential Poems of the City
  • The Green Shore
  • Mahmoud Darwish: The Poet’s Art and His Nation
  • The Lyric Theory Reader: A Critical Anthology
  • Educating the New Southern Woman: Speech, Writing, and Race at the Public Women's Colleges, 1884-1945
  • Writing in Tongues: Translating Yiddish in the Twentieth Century
  • Philadelphia Freedoms: Black American Trauma, Memory, and Culture after King
  • Creative Composition: Preliminary Edition
  • Creative Composition: Preliminary Edition
  • Creative Composition: Preliminary Edition
  • A Student Handbook to the Plays of Arthur Miller
  • How Conversation Works: 6 Lessons for Better Communication
  • The Secret Life of Words: English Words and Their Origins
  • The Art of Youth: Crane, Carrington, Gershwin, and the Nature of First Acts
  • Rhetoric, History, and Women's Oratorical Education: American Women Learn to Speak
  • San Foucault. Verso un'agiografia gay
  • Essere gay. Identità, stereotipi, cultura
  • The History and Present State of Virginia: A New Edition with an Introduction by Susan Scott Parrish
  • Alive at the Center
  • If a Stranger Approaches You
  • Supplying Salt and Light: Poems
  • The Cineaste: Poems
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne's Tales, A Norton Critical Edition
  • The Ancient Murrelet
  • Fannie + Freddie, The Sentimentality of Post-9/11 Pornography
  • Girls I Know
  • American Night: The Literary Left in the Era of the Cold War
  • The Story Within Us: Women Prisoners Reflect on Reading
  • Six Months
  • Comparative Early Modernities: 1100-1800
  • Greenhouses, Lighthouses
  • The Cambridge History of the English Novel
  • How to Be Gay
  • The Selvage: Poems
  • Lierature: Craft and Voice (2nd Edition)
  • The Theatre: A Concise History
  • Trauma and Documentary Photography of the FSA
  • Secession
  • The Cambridge Companion to Nineteenth-Century American Poetry
  • Knowing Books: The Consciousness of Mediation in Eighteenth-Century Britain
  • Breaking and Entering
  • LA VIE DESCRIPTIBLE DE MICHEL FOUCAULT
  • Imagining the Forest Narratives of Michigan and the Upper Midwest
  • Ghost Writers: Us Haunting Them, Contemporary Michigan Literature
  • Marginalia for a Natural History
  • Contours of English & English Language Studies (Tribute to Richard W. Bailey:)
  • First Day to Final Grade, Second Edition: A Graduate Student's Guide to Teaching
  • How English Works: A Linguistic Introduction (3rd Edition)
  • Ghost Writers: Us Haunting Them, Contemporary Michigan Literature
  • Sherbrookes
  • Somatic Engagement
  • The Olimpias Disability Culture Projects: Embodied Poetics
  • Disability Culture and Community Performance: Find a Strange and Twisted Shape
  • Ten Ways of Thinking About Samuel Beckett: The Falsetto of Reason (Diaries, Letters and Essays)
  • The Raising
  • Space, in Chains
  • W.B. Yeats, The Windind Stair and Other Poems
  • Visions of Mars: Essays on the Red Planet in Fiction and Science
  • Empires of God: Religious Encounters in the Early Modern Atlantic
  • The Colors of Zion: Blacks, Jews, and Irish from 1845 to 1945
  • Que Veulent les Gays? Essai sur le Sexe, le Risque et la Subjectivité
  • Lastingness: The Art of Old Age
  • Percival's Planet
  • Taking Initiative on Writing: A Guide for Instructional Leaders
  • The Chinese Taste in Eighteenth-Century England
  • X-Marks: Native Signatures of Assent
  • Gender and Power in Medieval Exegesis
  • Arthur Miller: Death of a Salesman
  • The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare's Poetry
  • Eden Springs
  • Reading Autobiography: A Guide for Interpreting Life Narratives (2nd Edition)
  • Thinking about Other People in Nineteenth-Century British Writing
  • Dakota, Or What’s a Heaven For
  • Tocqueville
  • Burying Don Imus:  Anatomy of a Scapegoat
  • Disability Aesthetics
  • Is William Martinez Not Our Brother? Twenty Years of the Prison Creative Arts Project
  • The Taming of the Shrew
  • Reading Is My Window: Books and the Art of Reading in Women’s Prisons
  • A Hairdresser's Experience in High Life
  • Gay Shame
  • Gay Shame
  • In a Perfect World
  • Bulletproof: Afterlives of Anticolonial Prophecy in South Africa and Beyond
  • Shuffleand Breakdown
  • If the World Becomes So Bright
  • Zerbrochene Schönheit
  • Disability Theory
  • Creative Nonfiction: A Guide to Form, Content, and Style, with Readings
  • Jewish Literatures and Cultures: Context and Intertext
  • Shepherd of Solitude: Selected Poems of Amjad Nasser
  • Imagining Equality in Nineteenth-Century American Literature
  • Cripple Poetics: A Love Story
  • The Hopwood Lectures: Sixth Series
  • Love Marriage
  • Arthur Miller Plays: Six
  • Literature: Craft & Voice, Volume: 3 Drama
  • Literature: Craft & Voice, Volume: 2 Poetry
  • Literature: Craft & Voice, Volume: 1 Fiction
  • Modernism and the Locations of Literary Heritage
  • Harlem Crossroads: Black Writers and the Photograph in the Twentieth Century
  • A Red Cherry on a White-tiled Floor
  • Amorisco
  • Invitation to a Secret Feast
  • These Are Not Oranges, My Love
  • Feathered
  • The Cambridge Introduction to The Nineteenth-Century American Novel
  • Arthur Miller's Global Theater
  • A Companion to Shakespeare's Sonnets
  • A Room in California
  • Be Mine
  • Before They Could Vote: American Women's Autobiographical Writing
  • Decolonizing Cultures in the Pacific: Reading, History and Drama in Contemporary Fiction
  • From Harvey River: A Memoir of my Mother and her People
  • Henry James at Work
  • How English Works: A Linguistic Introduction
  • Kostas Karyotakis: Battered Guitars - Poems and Prose
  • Magnetic North
  • Spring and Fall
  • The Welsh Girl
  • Their Right to Speak: Women's Activism in the Indian and Slave Debates
  • Tokyo Butter
  • Trinity of Passion
  • Writing Ann Arbor: A Literary Anthology
  • Boy Heaven
  • Goldengrove: New and Selected Poems
  • A Companion to Shakespeare and Performance
  • American Curiosity: Cultures of Natural History in the Colonial British Atlantic World
  • Ismailia Eclipse: Poems
  • Arthur Miller: A Playwright's Life and Works
  • Belabored Professions: Narratives of African American Working Womanhood
  • Mars: A Tour of the Human Imagination
  • Anywhere Out of the World<br>Essays on Travel, Writing, Death
  • Arthur Miller's America<br>Theater & Culture in a Time of Change
  • Controlling the Silver
  • Deborah
  • Dialogues of Dispersal<br>Gender,Sexuality and African Diasporas
  • Fool Fool Rose <br>Is Leaving<br>Labour-in-Vain-Savannah
  • Human Rights and Narrated Lives<br>The Ethics of Recognition
  • Intimate Friends<br>Women Who Loved Women, 1778-1928
  • Bodies and Selves in Early Modern England: Physiology and Inwardness in Spenser, Shakespeare, Herbert, and Milton

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